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National Seminar on “Transforming Knowledge into Intellectual Property Assets for VIKSIT BHARAT@2047” by DPIIT IPR Chair, CNLU [17th March 2024] [Hybrid Mode]

The DPIIT IPR Chair, CNLU Patna, is organising a national seminar (Hybrid) on “Transforming Knowledge into Intellectual Property Assets for VIKSIT BHARAT@2047” on 17th March 2024.

CNLU, Patna

Last Updated on February 19, 2024 by Administrator

The DPIIT IPR Chair, CNLU Patna, is organising a national seminar (Hybrid Mode) on “Transforming Knowledge into Intellectual Property Assets for VIKSIT BHARAT@2047” on 17th March 2024.

About CNLU

Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) is a National Law University in Patna, established in 2006 by the Government of Bihar (Bihar Act 24 of 2006) as a public university dedicated to the field of legal education. Prof. Dr. Faizan Mustafa is the Vice-Chancellor of CNLU, Patna. The Chief Justice of Patna High Court is the ex-officio Chancellor of the university. The CNLU is running five years B.A.LL.B., BBA. LL.B., LL.M., PG Diploma and Doctoral programs. This is one of the Premier Academic and Research Universities in India.

About DPIIT IPR Chair

The DPIIT IPR-CHAIR has been established at Chanakya National Law University, in 2023, under the SPRIHA scheme of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. The IPR Chair aims to promote IPR Culture and contribute to IPR research and knowledge. The DPIIT IPR-Chair at Chanakya National Law University looks forward to collaborating with academics, researchers, and industry to promote the effective utilisation of IPRs. Prof. (Dr.) S.C. Roy, Professor of Law, Chanakya National Law University, is the DPIIT IPR-Chair Professor at Chanakya National Law University, Patna.

About Seminar

Intellectual property nurtures and encourages innovation and creativity, thereby contributing towards the cultural and economic development of society. IP can be a very effective tool in achieving the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of an Aatma Nirbhar Bharat.

India is experiencing a surge in start-ups and unicorns, and an effective intellectual property (IP) system is a prerequisite for a thriving startup ecosystem. New revolutionary technologies generated by the country have changed India into the world’s third-largest startup ecosystem. India ranks 42nd among 55 leading global economies on the International Intellectual Property (IIP) Index 2023 released by the U.S. Chambers of Commerce, according to which India is ripe to become a leader for emerging markets seeking to transform their economy through IP-driven innovation.

Call for Papers: Themes

  1. Benefits of IPR Awareness: Economic, Innovation, Employment Trade and Commerce
  2. IP Audits across sectors for assessment & evaluation of potentials-Problems & Prospects
  3. Strengthening IP Laws- Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Design, Trade secret, Geographical Indication and Semiconductor Integrated Circuit Layout Design.
  4. Modernization of IPR Administration
  5. Commercialization &entrepreneurship in IPR
  6. Enforcement and Adjudication mechanism for combating IPR Infringement.
  7. Strengthening Human Resource & Institutions
  8. Capacity building in IP Teaching, training, research and skill building.
  9. Development of integrated IP system in India.
  10. Industry, academia collaboration in IPR

Submission Guidelines

The title of the paper should be followed by:

  • Name (Name and contact information of co-authors, if any.)
  • Designation
  • Name of the Organization
  • E-mail address

Note: It is mandatory to mention the E-mail address, as all future correspondence will be through it. (Name and contact information of co-authors, if any.)

  • Submissions that are plagiarised to a level of more than 15% will not be accepted.
  • Abstract: 150 to 250 words with 5 to 6 keywords/ Work in Progress (500 words max.)
  • Full paper: 3000-6000 words.
  • Main Title: 16; Headings: 14; Sub-Heading: 12; Body Text: 12; Spacing: 1.5; Alignment: Justified (No Borders)
  • Footnotes: 10, Times New Roman, ILI/ 21st Edn. Bluebook
  • Send your Abstract & Final Paper to:

Presentation Guidelines

  • Each presenter/s will have 15 minutes to present their paper. You can use powerpoint or any other similar services while presenting your paper.

Important Dates

The centre is also inviting a call for presentation on the abovementioned themes of the Seminar.

Submissions Deadline

  • Abstract: 25th February, 2024
  • Final Paper: 10th March, 2024
  • National Seminar: 17th March, 2024

Registration Link & Fees

In the case of the Co-presenter, individual payment is to be made for receiving individual certificates. Otherwise, a Joint Certificate shall be issued to the Presenter and Co-presenters.

Only Attending
Paper Presentation
Research Scholars
Only Attending
Paper Presentation
Only Attending
Paper Presentation

Note: Participants are to manage their accommodation and Travelling expenses on their own.


  • Presentation certificate to all the presenters.
  • Participation certificate to all the attendees.

Contact Details

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